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Dave
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The next two or three weeks are going to be a bell weather in my opinion. If the market shrugs off our current political situation, then I don’t see a correction coming anytime soon. Rather, it will take an external event (e.g. rising rates or a recession) to bring about a correction.

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

market wont be able to shrug off what transpires over coming days/weeks. even with a patchwork green/lib coalition market will be dead maybe for balance of year best case given all the unknowns (of the bearish variety) that could surface. this said, if weaver is as bright as many believe he really is then he will not bother pursuing any deal with krusty the crook since it will likely fall apart in a matter of a few months anyway not to mention alienate the people that backed him in the first place. if he is serious about sticking around for longer term and getting at least a couple things with substance moved forward, then only a deal with horgan makes sense.

Dave
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I wonder if there are any NDP or Liberal members that would go independent or switch parties to negate being held hostage by the Greens.

For example, I would think that some NDP members in places like Mission, Maple Ridge, Sunshine Coast that have resource jobs, wouldn’t be happy with a Green coalition.

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

sure, but at the same time i bet some lib members are also sitting on the fence considering all options. once you run all the scenarios, the only obvious outcome over the medium to longer term is that krusty will be gone. if she really cared about british columbians she should step down and allow others to get a move on with things instead of holding the entire province in limbo for months and months.

Dave
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I don’t think she should step down at this point because that’s still a card that the Liberals can play. But, she should obviously recognize that her time is limited. Let’s say she gets a deal with the Greens, which I still think is the most likely scenario. When the Greens push too hard, you push back hard. Hopefully, they don’t call your bluff. But if they do, you resign and you let the Greens and NDP decide if they want to run the Province, which they probably would. I think that would carry a lot of political risk since usurping power is viewed as undemocratic by the public. The Liberals would then have a leadership convention and after a brief timeout, I think it’s likely they get a majority. The question is whether Clark puts herself ahead of the… Read more »
Oracle
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Oracle

Nope. Change is coming.

Hyper-mega-Bull
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Hyper-mega-Bull

after the “current political crisis” passes i’m sure you’ll see your shadow many more times and get spooked.

SpacedOut
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SpacedOut

Thanks for the input. Keep those high value comments coming dipshit.

Hyper-mega-Bull
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Hyper-mega-Bull

i’d be upset if i missed the boom and was priced out forever.

the difference between me and you, however, is i’d try to find out why i was wrong and fix it.

Egad
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Egad

Just like that “high value comment” complete with idiotic profanity.

Egad
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Egad

We just had a correction for the past 13 months. It’s now over.

southseacompany
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southseacompany

“Face it, Canada—you’re a real estate addict, and no one wants a cure”, Globe & Mail

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/rob-magazine/robmagface-it-canadayoure-a-real-estate-addict-and-no-one-wants-acure/article35105002/

“Canada’s housing mania is a collective lunacy fuelled by debt and irrational hope “

southseacompany
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southseacompany

“Why the Bank of Canada needs to prepare Canadians for rate hikes”, Globe & Mail

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/rob-commentary/why-the-bank-of-canada-needs-to-prepare-canadians-for-rate-hikes/article35140041/

“Last Wednesday’s interest rate announcement and press release by the Bank of Canada were slightly more hawkish (or slightly less dovish) in tone than its previous announcement, but it gave no explicit hints that rate increases are on the immediate horizon. However, stronger economic data that support the bank’s own internal forecasts suggest they should be. At a minimum, communication with the public should start to prepare the market for such increases.”

Fomo
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Fomo
Fomo
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Fomo

Sorry. Double post 🙁

KickThemOut
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KickThemOut

So how much $$ & time did you donate to the NDP campaign BPOM? Since $10 is such a low price to pay to pick your own government. How much did you pay to help your side win? Or is $10 political donation and 10 hours too much for you when it comes to actually putting words into action?

KickThemOut
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KickThemOut
Now, onto more positive news. The Victoria Day Long Weekend ultra-rich Asian style of condo pre-sale purchase results are finally in. 5 girls and 3 guys took part in the extravagant event, with limo rides, campaign, VIP services, etc. Full day event with 4 condo sales center visited, and 20 condos purchased. Some most of the 1 bedrooms units are only purchased this past week when developers called back with miraculous opportunity that someone for some reason had to sell / given up on their 1br unit purchase. Already half of the units – mostly 1br and 2brs are up for sale by Oct Chinese National Day or next summer. Only 2 girls and 1 guy plan to hold onto some units to rent fully furnished to friends in China. Another girl plan to sell 4 of the 5 units… Read more »
bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

the positive news is that this is late inning sort of behavior just like when a major brand name opens up an outlet store to cater to all the johnny come latelys who didnt or couldnt afford to play the real game in the first place but still think appearing to be genuine HAM is something to strive for. only a gullible, naive sucker chomps at the bit when the developer calls back with word that supply is suddenly available for a limited time due to unforeseen circumstances. this is a tried and true scam dating back centuries. when things were really flying, the developer never called you back unless you a big hitter

Combat roach
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Combat roach

Classic, our politician bozos are always behind the curve…

Since Western countries remain among the relative few in the world that welcome immigrants, Kaufmann said, it’s significant many politicians in Europe and the U.S. have been increasingly calling for lower immigration.

Meanwhile, Canada is undergoing “the fastest rate of ethnic change of any country in the Western world,” Kaufmann said, describing how 300,000 immigrants are arriving each year in a country of 35 million people, with four in five of those immigrants being visible minorities.

http://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/douglas-todd-almost-7-in-10-metro-residents-will-be-non-white-in-two-decades

Bag it and tag it
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Bag it and tag it

Ironically, non-whites will stop coming here when that happens as they want to go places where the whites are majority. Amirite?

Egad
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Egad

Just like how they move from Vancouver to the north shore.

BubbleTea
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BubbleTea

Canada promises to stop money laundering & use of offshore banking.
“One of the things we need to look at is where people are actually earning their income . . . . If it’s in offshore accounts, we can’t really tell ourselves that we know that they’re paying the fair share.”
“We need to be able to improve the availability of what’s called beneficial ownership information. We need to know who owns the companies that are here at home. That’s critical because . . . it ensures law enforcement and tax authorities have timely access to this information to combat money laundering . . . terrorist financing, and finally tax avoidance,” Morneau said.
https://www.thestar.com/news/world/2017/05/26/finance-minister-bill-morneau-vows-to-close-unfair-tax-loopholes.html?google_editors_picks=true

Hyper-mega-Bull
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Hyper-mega-Bull

only took 30 years for them to acknowledge that it’s a problem.

Bag it and tag it
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Bag it and tag it

Agree…total fukn moron-eau

Hyper-mega-Bull
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Hyper-mega-Bull

canadian brokerages know what’s up. look at the help lines they have.

english, french, cantonese, mandarin, toll free from hong kong

https://www.tdcanadatrust.com/customer-service/contact-us/phone/contactus-phone.jsp#TD-Direct-Investing-TD-Wealth

Dave
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By this time next year, they’ll have suicide lines in all those languages too.

Mortgageslave
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Mortgageslave

http://vancouversun.com/news/politics/b-c-greens-and-ndp-to-hold-announcement-about-a-new-government

Official – GREENDP. Bye,bye Crusty. Can anybody say Catalyst. Toronto listings surge, Vancouver next. Grab your popcorn power back to the people!

Screwed
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Screwed

Omg! I am sooooo happy!!!!

Dave
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I called that one wrong. I think a lot of projects in the Province will go on hold tomorrow. I had already seen this happening with some Provincial spending, but it will spread. A lot of program spending is going to get put on hold because there is a new government that inevitably will want to review priorities. But it’s even worse than a new government because there is more uncertainty with a minority. We have no idea what those two agreed to behind closed doors and a lot of decisions will be day to day (not to mention secretive). Talk about a recipe for a mess. Private sector spending will start to dry up in my view as well. Higher corporate taxes are now pending. None of this is good for the real estate market.
Whistler or Bust?
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Whistler or Bust?

Yep. I must say I am also very surprised. Why would any business want to set up shop in BC? Personal and Corp taxes are going up. Projects on hold and the taxi unions won there will be no ride sharing in the greenest city in the world.

Next up- The NDP and Green’s forget their promises on foreign buyers and nothing changes. All the worst things about the Liberals with children minding the candy store.

Dave
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The reality is they will do something on housing because both parties ran on that platform. I think it’s a blow to the real estate market no matter what because they are going to do something and that’s enough to affect confidence. There are a lot of upper income people that are simply maxed out. On paper, they are the upper 10% but in reality, those people are just living pay cheque to pay cheque. Higher taxes, both personal and corporate, is going to hurt that demographic. They’ve already been squeezed Federally and people are just seeing that now on their tax returns. Let’s look two years out… Gas prices will be headed up. The NDP will probably empower regional governments to tax property to fund transit. Interest rates will be up from where they are. Personal taxes will be… Read more »
Combat roach
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Combat roach

“If HAM continues it’s migration, we could have the worst of all scenarios (i.e. bad economy but strong real estate).”

Right on, that shit should be removed from the equation for the overall long-term benefit of the province and society.

Oracle
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Oracle

Hear hear.

The final battle will be on immigration numbers.

Oracle
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Oracle

Nope. The NDP MLA just mentioned hosuing affordability is near top of list.

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

as you would expect. without any doubt life just got more difficult for HAM and other RE bulls. the only question is, how much so? surely the lawyers and accountants working for the various agencies representing HAM are busy drafting up a number of workarounds as we speak.

Dave
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I think they’re busy shoring up support of municipal politicians knowing they can pressure the Province to take it easy. The local powers that be are in cahoots with the whole real estate industry. They’re not going to kill their golden goose.

Bag it and tag it
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Bag it and tag it

Was starting to this you were smart there for a while until your recent predictions…it was pretty obvious this was going to be the outcome. Wishful bias killed you on this one.

Bag it and tag it
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Bag it and tag it

this=think (note to self, ensure you nail your grammar when you call someone out 😉

Dave
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I’m not shy about calling myself out when I get things wrong. It’s because I usually get things right. I’m pretty good at removing personal bias.

That’s not what I got wrong, which was that the NDP and Green supporters came out more strongly for an agreement than I expected. I think Weaver recognized his supporters would go ballistic if he supported the Liberals. In my opinion, that’s what changed the dynamics. My expectation a couple weeks ago was that his supporters would be happy if he gave them a couple quick wins with Clark.

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

this is what i am expecting even if the sole motivation is just to make krusty look bad. we’ll see in short order if horgan/weaver are just run of the mill bought and paid for politicians who will wind up being swayed by money of possibly a different color and opt to bust up many projects that were fast tracked under krusty’s watch in favor of their own pet projects.

Whistler or Bust?
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Whistler or Bust?

The majority of the people voted Liberal.

That said, perhaps the silver lining of a crash in Real Estate will make this more palatable. I wonder how much follow through there will be.

Owen
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Owen

More like a plurality. A large majority of people voted NDP or Green. The NDP & Green platforms were also much more similar than either was to the Lib platform. I’m not too fussed either way but the fact is the democratic choice would be a NDP/Green coalition; I’ve never understood why so many people find this idea controversial.

Bag it and tag it
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Bag it and tag it

The majority voted for a party other than Liberal

Oracle
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Oracle

Sore Liberal Loser. Get used to NDP Greens with PR or leave this province.

Oracle
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Oracle

Maybe emigrate to China??

Whistler or Bust?
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Whistler or Bust?

I’m not a sore loser at all. The Liberals won the election dumbass. The parties that placed 2nd and 3rd teamed up to steal victory. That is a fact.

In 18 months it all comes crashing down and the NDP will be back to political Siberia for another generation. Sadly, not before they kill the business climate and run up 20 or so billion in debt.

specuskeptic
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1566 more people voted Lib than NDP. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Columbia_general_election,_2017
Nice talking point though. LOL.

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

Come back when you learn the definition of majority.

Bag it and tag it
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Bag it and tag it

How can this be? I recall a photo of Crooked Clarke celebrating after the election…there must be a mistake (wooohoooo!!!!)

Dave
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Vaughn Palmer gets another election wrong…. 3 hours ago he tweeted:

“Everyone take a valium. There is no deal between Greens and BC Liberals.”

Whistler or Bust?
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Whistler or Bust?
This from a poster on the Sun website. I think it sums it up perfectly: Ajay Hans The NDP fail to realize that in order to spur investment, there must be an environment that allows people to benefit from injection of capital: Profits. They view profits as excess and largesse, when really, profits are the result of risk, hard work and success, this is the fuel that drives business, and thus the economy. Profitable businesses pay more taxes, and hire more workers, who also pay taxes – and those taxes pay for the social programs we all believe in. But in order to help those less fortunate, there must be something to give. NDP-style Robin Hood Economics, where they take from the so-called rich to give to the poor, punishes entrepreneurs and investors and causes them to retreat. Thus there’s… Read more »
Dave
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We have a strong economy but let’s be honest, our biggest industry is importing millionaires. I’m a free market guy but sometimes markets need a little bit of direction from government (as an example, ‘Dutch Disease’).

I would argue that the Liberals failed at some ways by sacrificing what I consider ‘real’ economic growth in lieu of ‘false’ economic growth. I would rather that in the last ten years we kept a lid on real estate and foreign money coming here and instead built real jobs for locally grown people.

I agree with that guy who made that post in regards to the NDP. But I think he’s wrong about the Liberals.

Doomcouver
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Doomcouver

Yes the relative strength of the BC economy is all transient. We’ve been getting rich primarily off wealth migration from China, and excessive borrowing amongst the locals. What we need is policy that will aggressively hammer down on the cost of living (housing, transportation, food, etc.) for locals in the province, so people can afford to live here and have money left over to take chances on creating new businesses and real new sources of wealth. Otherwise we’re at the mercy of housing speculators to power our provincial GDP. This speculative capital inflow is not remotely sustainable and will end regardless of NDP intervention.

Fomo
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Fomo

Well said.

Combat roach
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Combat roach

All said is correct as long as the entire BC economy isn’t based on the housing crisis, money-laundering and selling land to the highest bidder.

http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/ramesh-ranjan/christy-clark-housing-crisis_b_11091796.html

Bear Vancouverite
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Bear Vancouverite

It does not sum it up perfectly and it assumes all businesses are hostile to the NDP and that the NDP are hostile to businesses.

I work closely with our business owners, they are very happy to see the NDP go through because they understand that living costs are too high here and they have trouble retaining and motivating talent. We see this as a turning point and now are very hopeful.

Dave
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My experience is 180 degrees from that. Maybe you deal with businesses that cater to unions, but most that I deal with are concerned about the NDP.

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

Don’t worry about it Dave, union donations are going to become illegal soon.

Whistler or Bust?
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Whistler or Bust?

Are they Unionized?

Royce McC
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Royce McC

“The NDP fail to realize that in order to spur investment, there must be an environment that allows people to benefit from injection of capital: Profits.”

I don’t disagree, but the BC Liberals have chosen not to acknowledge the fact that before you can even spur investment, you need a place that can attract and retain talented individuals. The manufactured high cost of living here – especially relative to the (limited) opportunity – works against that in a massive way.

Worrying about a boat’s ability to move goods isn’t as big a concern when the darn thing has a growing leak.

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

so, what’s next for krusty? will she be dragged out kicking and screaming while she directs her people to burn the joint down to the ground or will she quietly slip out through the back door, hop into her limo and disappear forever?

http://wpmedia.vancouversun.com/2017/03/clarklegis_bc_farewells_20170316_233700032.jpg

Combat roach
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Combat roach

Her personal lucrative big journey is about to begin. She must have created lots of fruitful connections and opportunities while were at the right place.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/13/world/canada/british-columbia-christy-clark.html

Oracle
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Oracle

Someone should check overseas bank accounts in relatives names or numbered companies.

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

The new government should investigate Krusty thoroughly. I have no doubt she’s been taking in bribes the last 5 years and hiding the money offshore.

H H
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H H

No, no. Not bribes They’re called salary top-ups.

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

and what’s next for real estate bulls, the housing market and many other average joes?

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

– $15 minimum wage will result in major layoffs and reduced hours for the many employed in service oriented jobs
– $400 renter tax credit will act as a thorn in the side of many landlords who are not declaring rental income
– possible changes to RTA will result in more complications for landlords
– potential changes to the scope of the FBT will at the very least cast a dark grey shadow over the market for foreseeable future; doubtful we see 30% province wide tax or other draconian measures weaver discussed but increased measures are almost a certainty imho

Oracle
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Oracle

Let’s get r done. Libs made more draconian changes the last 16 years.

Let’s stop the fear mongering.

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

– supposed clampdown on various tax avoidance schemes (as outlined in detail by Eby)
– $10/day childcare will almost certainly cause mass confusion for the 100’s of quasi child care businesses being operated out of people’s homes; would operators be put out of business or would this lead to even more fraud and corruption?
– parties with a vested interest in massey bridge among other mega projects dealt a major body blow (and this includes a whole host of RE speculators in those same jurisdictions)

Dave
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Eby is a sharp guy and I think he understands the real estate problem as well as the people who created the problem. If the NDP are serious, they can bring the market back to reality.

I think the NDP will sell out though because their allies in the municipalities already did. They aren’t going to undermine all the real estate development taxes flowing into their coffers.

Bear Vancouverite
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Bear Vancouverite

So far you were wrong about the markets going flat after 2011, you were wrong about Lib-Green agreement, and I hope you are wrong about the NDP selling out.

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

anyone that believes the NDP will just clean house overnight will most certainly be disappointed.

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

Nobody believes they’ll clean house “overnight”, but they could spook the real estate market overnight which would be a beautiful sight.

Blazing sun
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Blazing sun

BPOM,
You will never be able to afford to own a house, so stop hating man. You are one fucking pathetic person. Did anyone every tell u that you attract what ever you put out. Think good thought my friend. You will thank me one day.

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

– eliminating tolls may lead to unintended consequences as regions currently subject to tolling become even more sought after locations
– if things like a speculation “flipping” tax and introduction of lifetime cap gains limits on principal residences are brought forward, how would this affect supply of homes?
– progressive prop tax system as discussed by the greens would result in numerous complications for many homeowners who are not properly declaring income from various sources

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

– in what may be a bit of a reach, i suspect troubles at outfits like home capital are just the tip of the ice berg. unlike what we witnessed in toronto and other cities when the FBT was introduced in vancouver, i now believe RE markets across the country will respond in unison should there be a meaningful downturn in vancouver

Dave
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Let’s see what happens to bank stocks tomorrow morning and how the market judges this risk.

CBM999
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CBM999
This will be interesting now. Christy can do one of two things now: 1) Resign and go out with SOME shred of dignity (not saying she has much, but at least I’d give her credit for doing the right thing) 2) Make British Columbians’ and the Lt. Governor’s life a living hell for the next few months. I could see her remaining premier and delaying the return of the legislature. Introducing a throne speech and dragging out debate on it for longer, and then finally being defeated in a vote. Then she would go to the Lt. Governor and ask for a new election. In scenario #2 I don’t know a couple of key things. 1) How long before she has to convene the legislature. I understand her government’s current interim supply runs out Sep 30th, but I heard somewhere… Read more »
Oracle
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Oracle
We have a NDP-Green Gov.!! Now we need to implement all the housing platforms ASAP: 1) 30% FBT Province wide. Absolutely No Loopholes. 2) Tax 2nd homes of Citizens an annual property surcharge of 2% with rental offset. 3rd and more homes tax surcharge of 5%. 3) Tax homes of non taxpaying non residents 2%. Tax 2nd homes at 5%. 4) Limit foreign student at any institution to 15% maximum to ease rental crisis. 5) Inteoduce rental tax credit to out tax Evading Landords. 6) Pressure Federal government to limit 10 year tourist visas stays to a max of 3 months per year. 7) introduce extended mortgage amortization periods for those owners who will go underwater with the above changes. This charade has gone on long enough. Contact your government offices and let’s get this done. Take back your BC.… Read more »
Whistler or Bust?
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Whistler or Bust?

Now I understand why you are so excited. You think all this is going to happen.

bullwhip29
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bullwhip29

good for chuckle…naturally the first thing one thinks of when watching race cars flying by (and sometimes blowing up in spectacular fashion) is buying a home

Late sponsorship of Takuma Sato pays off for mortgage broker with Indy 500 win
http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/takuma-sato-indy500-marketing-1.4135963

Abdul Lahazi
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Abdul Lahazi

So some Asians can drive.

Oracle
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Oracle

Funny how the bulls are coming out from ‘hiding’ on this site.

And they blamed me for being a bull.

Let’s see who complains the loudest (already started) when housing policies are revealed.

BubbleTea
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BubbleTea

NDP & Green Party housing platforms aggressively target money laundering and tax cheats
http://vancitycondoguide.com/ndp-green-party-team-potential-landslide-move-housing/
Happy Days are back in BC!

Oracle
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Oracle

The last half decade is an anomaly in RE prices as foreign money distorted everything. It was a fake economy.

Take that out and who is going to buy the $3 million dollar Vancouver home? This will have a ripple effect all the way into the suburbs.

But they should have a plan for those that bought at the top; maybe a special 50 year mortgage for them?

Bear Vancouverite
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Bear Vancouverite

Congrats to all NDP voters. A minority government will have a lot of problems, but I hope they manage to push through some of the needed changes to help reign in housing.

Let’s hope this is the start of more housing affordability, and remember to write in to David Eby and let him know you expect him to fight for those things he has mentioned, such as the speculator tax.

Oracle
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Oracle

They should just apply the Green housing platform. Prices would drop 33% overnight. People who bought within last 3 years can still make their mortgage payments so economy will keep on ticking. If they have to sell at a loss, many willing to buy as well.

Mortgageslave
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Mortgageslave

“They aren’t going to undermine all the real estate development taxes flowing into their coffers.”

Don’t forget we are banning corporate donations to political parties. So feel free to screw all the developers over NDP!

Combat roach
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Combat roach

While pre-sales for a variety of homes were up, according to the report, anyone moving to the region today or in need of a new home soon will have a hard time finding a place to live.

Steve Saretsky says the Lower Mainland needs to look at what those demand factors are, such as speculators with the ability to buy multiple condos. “Trying to keep up with that sort of demand is going to be impossible.”

http://www.news1130.com/2017/05/29/metro-vancouver-family-housing-availability-falls-off-cliff-report/

Shut It Down Already
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Shut It Down Already

They seem to imply that pre-sales aren’t speculation…

Oracle
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Oracle

30% FBT paid in advance on presales sold to non-residents.

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YVR
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YVR

Greens + NDP agreement will throw shock waves through the BC economy. I doubt they will need any new housing measures for this bubble to pop now. Lets see if they can maintain this agreement long enough for a full on crash. The BC economy is going through a lot of pain if they can.

Oracle
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Oracle

Prices are artificially inflated by 40-50% with foreign money speculation. This money needs to be taxed. And its injection into housing limited.

And i expect our democratically elected government to make this happen.

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth

David Eby, a name you’ll be hearing a lot more of from now on.

Thank god for that.

Oracle
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Oracle

Next Housing Minister

Best place on meth
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Best place on meth
A message from the Honourable David Eby, Minister of Natural Gas Development & Minister Responsible for Housing (minus the natural gas bullshit) Breaking news Today, at 2:00 p.m., John Horgan, leader of the BC NDP, and Andrew Weaver, leader of the BC Green Party, announced that they had signed an agreement in principle to establish a new government in British Columbia. Today’s announcement marks the potential for transformative positive change for everyone in our province. Tomorrow all of my colleagues (BC NDP MLAs-elect) and I will be travelling to Victoria to review, discuss and ratify the proposed agreement with Andrew Weaver and the Green Party. We will do so with a sense of the historic opportunity that this agreement represents. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to prepare to work together with my colleagues and the Green caucus to… Read more »
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